The implications of non-linear biological oscillations on human electrophysiology for electrohypersensitivity (EHS) and multiple

Cindy Sage*    Rev Environ Health 2015; aop

The implications of non-linear biological oscillations on human electrophysiology for electro-hypersensitivity (EHS) and multiple

chemical sensitivity (MCS)

DOI 10.1515/reveh-2015-0007

Received May 6, 2015; accepted July 30, 2015

DOI 10.1515/reveh-2015-0007

Received May 6, 2015; accepted July 30, 2015

Abstract: The ‘informational content’ of Earth’s electromagnetic

signaling is like a set of operating instructions

for human life. These environmental cues are dynamic

and involve exquisitely low inputs (intensities) of critical

frequencies with which all life on Earth evolved. Circadian

and other temporal biological rhythms depend on these

fluctuating electromagnetic inputs to direct gene expression,

cell communication and metabolism, neural development,

brainwave activity, neural synchrony, a diversity

of immune functions, sleep and wake cycles, behavior

and cognition. Oscillation is also a universal phenomenon,

and biological systems of the heart, brain and gut are

dependent on the cooperative actions of cells that function

according to principles of non-linear, coupled biological

oscillations for their synchrony. They are dependent

on exquisitely timed cues from the environment at vanishingly

small levels. Altered ‘informational content’ of environmental

cues can swamp natural electromagnetic cues

and result in dysregulation of normal biological rhythms

that direct growth, development, metabolism and repair

mechanisms. Pulsed electromagnetic fields (PEMF) and

radiofrequency radiation (RFR) can have the devastating

biological effects of disrupting homeostasis and

desynchronizing normal biological rhythms that maintain

health. Non-linear, weak field biological oscillations

govern body electrophysiology, organize cell and tissue

functions and maintain organ systems. Artificial bioelectrical

interference can give false information (disruptive

signaling) sufficient to affect critical pacemaker cells (of

the heart, gut and brain) and desynchronize functions

of these important cells that orchestrate function and

maintain health. Chronic physiological stress undermines

*Corresponding author: Cindy Sage, MA, Sage Associates,

1396 Danielson Road, Santa Barbara, CA, 93108 USA,

Phone: +805 969-0557, E-mail: sage@silcom.com

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